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Honeycomb Chess. This variant uses a board of hex-prism cells and two sets of FIDE pieces. (Cells: 120) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Charles Gilman wrote on 2010-07-22 UTC
The nearest thing to what you describe is the geometry used in Tetrahedral Chess, which has hex planes in four directions and rectilinear planes in three. It certainly has more symmetries than the hex-prism geometry.

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